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When a send-ahead wafer is executed through the same MES which is responsible for the overall process execution, all the delays and lack of traceability disappear.
For the global healthcare systems, the COVID pandemic was a major inflection point which shook the system to its core. It brought out an obvious weakness: the need to drastically transform and update current practices, procedures and equipment used to provide patient care. GE Healthcare published a report in June 2021 on the impact of … Continued
How the MES alleviates electronics manufacturers challenges through better integration and connected orchestration.
MedTech’s that are using M&A as a strategic initiative need to consider data management integration to achieve Industry 4.0 transformation.
For 2022 and beyond, the priorities for the Electronics Assembly and SMT industries seem to be focused on digital transformation, increased supply chain visibility and improved organizational results in efficiency, cost and sustainability. How can manufacturers get ready?
Most MES vendors offer off-the-shelf solutions and industry-specific functional coverage. Market guide put out by Gartner explores third party implementation providers for MES platforms and what companies need to look for in their implementation partner.
Typically, semiconductor fabs have an array of IT applications covering WIP, track & trace, scheduling, maintenance, reporting and analytics. While this approach might have worked in the past, the high demand from the market subjected the industry to a great deal of pressure. Legacy MES needs to evolve from a traceability solution to a full-fledged platform supporting advanced scenarios in Semiconductor.
In a digitized CAPA management system, actions and alarms are triggered automatically, and containment action may begin almost immediately once an event is detected.
Medical device manufacturers face a unique set of challenges where data and its management are concerned from an Industry 4.0 perspective.